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    Declaring OEM Alloy wheels

    A few people may have read my autobiography thread, in that I recently fitted some Corsa D alloys. However I'm not sure if this might put my premium up. I renew next month anyway.

    I assume the alloys would be classed as a mod, even if they are OEM wheels?
    I'm also thinking about declaring my lowering springs as well.

    However would the alloys affect the premium much as the car would have originally had alloys when it was new, and they are OEM?
    Probably the ONLY Astra Mk3 sitting on Corsa D SXI rims!
    And Now a Diesel on Discs all round!

    http://www.astraownersclub.com/vb/sh...d.php?t=162503

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    If they were not fitted as standard then you need to inform the insurance company.

    Even fitting option wheels that were not fitted when bought should be declared.
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